NCAA Football Week 9 Power Rankings

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  1. WarrenWallace

    WarrenWallace Member

    Mar 12, 1999
    Beer and Cheese
    List your TOP 16 schools and then maybe a couple of schools on the outside.
     
  2. WarrenWallace

    WarrenWallace Member

    Mar 12, 1999
    Beer and Cheese
    CityIceMan's Power Rankings

    1. Oklahoma (7-0)
    2. USC (7-0)
    3. Auburn (8-0)
    4. Miami (6-0)
    5. Wisconsin (8-0)
    6. California (5-1)
    7. Texas (6-1)
    8. Utah (7-0)
    9. Florida State (6-1)
    10. Georgia (6-1)
    11. Michigan (7-1)
    12. Tennessee (6-1)
    13. Louisville (5-1)
    14. Texas A&M (6-1)
    15. Virginia (6-1)
    16. Boise State (7-0)

    Next five: West Virginia, LSU, Purdue, Arizona State, Minnesota
     
  3. Mr Hanki's Throne

    Mr Hanki's Throne New Member

    Mar 13, 2001
    Wellington, Colo
    Massey ratings (http://www.mratings.com/rate/cf-m.htm)

    1. Southern California (7-0)
    2. Miami FL (6-0)
    3. California (5-1) [up 2]
    4. Oklahoma (7-0) [up 2]
    5. Utah (7-0) [down 2]
    6. Auburn (8-0) [down 2]
    7. Louisville (5-1) [up 1]
    8. Florida State (6-1) [down 1]
    9. Arizona State (6-1) [up 1]
    10. Texas A&M (6-1) [down 1]
    11. Texas (6-1) [up 7]
    12. Wisconsin (8-0) [down 1]
    13. Georgia (6-1) [down 1]
    14. Oklahoma State (6-1) [up 1]
    15. Virginia (6-1) [down 1]
    16. Tennessee (6-1) [down 3]
    Others: Boise State, Michigan, Louisiana State, West Virginia
     
  4. WarrenWallace

    WarrenWallace Member

    Mar 12, 1999
    Beer and Cheese
  5. 352klr

    352klr Member

    Jan 29, 2001
    The Burgh of Edin
    OU moved up fortunately, despite being ranked #9 in Sagarin's poll. Yes, that's right, OU is #9 behind such teams as Boise State(#5? you gotta be sh!ttin me), FSU(way to pull out that win against powerhouse Wake). Utah's guaranteed a BCS bowl with the #6 slot. Here's hoping they hold onto it.
     
  6. Mr Hanki's Throne

    Mr Hanki's Throne New Member

    Mar 13, 2001
    Wellington, Colo
    My personal ratings:
    1. Southern California (7-0) (96.7)
    2. Miami FL (6-0) (94.5)
    3. Utah (7-0) (90.8)
    4. Auburn (8-0) (90.8)
    5. Wisconsin (8-0) (90.0)
    6. Oklahoma (7-0) (89.2)
    7. California (5-1) (87.5)
    8. Boise State (7-0) (84.5)
    9. Michigan (7-1) (83.6)
    10. Florida State (6-1) (80.0)
    11. Arizona State (6-1) (80.0)
    12. Louisville (5-1) (79.3)
    13. Tennessee (6-1) (79.3)
    14. Georgia (6-1) (77.5)
    15. Texas A&M (6-1) (76.7)
    16. Texas (6-1) (76.7)
    Others: Virginia, West Virginia, Oklahoma State, Purdue

    I made my method more objective, which those numbers show. It is still based on Massey ratings, but basically I am estimating the final season winning percentage of each team. I throw in penalties for teams without a win or without prospect of two wins over top 25 teams. I apply a 50/50 win rate for a hypothetical conference championship game, so all teams with such games are penalized.

    The teams with no win over top 25 double penalties are Boise State, and Louisville. The teams with one win over top 25 penalities are Utah and Florida State.
     
  7. Mr Hanki's Throne

    Mr Hanki's Throne New Member

    Mar 13, 2001
    Wellington, Colo
    Miami lost 2nd place in the BCS because they lost 7 points in the AP poll going from 1447 to 1441 (and because of a gain by OKU in the computer average). This dropped thier percentage from 0.891 to 0.887. This drop equated to a drop of 0.0013 in the BCS standings. They also went from 0.960 to 0.980 in the computer average, which is an increase of 0.0067 in the BCS rankings, so Miami gained 0.0054 points. Miami was identical in the coaches poll.

    Oklahoma lost only one point in the coaches poll, from 1470 to 1469, or 0.001 percentage points or 0.0003 BCS points. OK went from 0.820 to 0.870 in the computer average, increasing by 0.050 or 0.0167 BCS points. This was facilitated by a drop by Utah in the computer imaginations.
     
  8. Mr Hanki's Throne

    Mr Hanki's Throne New Member

    Mar 13, 2001
    Wellington, Colo
    Wilson ratings (http://homepages.cae.wisc.edu/~dwilson/byrate.html)

    1. Miami FL (6-0)
    2. Southern California (7-0)
    3. Utah (7-0)
    4. Florida State (6-1)
    5. Auburn (8-0)
    6. Louisville (5-1)
    7. Oklahoma (7-0)
    8. Arizona State (6-1)
    9. Boise State (7-0)
    10. Texas A&M (6-1)
    11. Tennessee (6-1)
    12. Virginia (6-1)
    13. California (5-1)
    14. Wisconsin (8-0)
    15. North Carolina (3-4)
    16. Georgia (6-1)
    Others> Texas, Oklahoma State, Michigan, Texas-El Paso

    UNC's worst quality loss is #12 Virginia and their best quality win is #21 Georgia Tech, so as far as the computer is concern, UNC belongs somewhere between #12 and #21.
     
  9. WarrenWallace

    WarrenWallace Member

    Mar 12, 1999
    Beer and Cheese
    ESPN Power 16

    1. USC (7-0)
    2. Oklahoma (7-0)
    3. Auburn (8-0)
    4. Miami (6-0)
    5. Wisconsin (8-0)
    6. California (5-1)
    7. Florida State (6-1)
    8. Texas (6-1)
    9. Utah (7-0)
    10. Tennessee (6-1)
    11. Georgia (6-1)
    12. Michigan (7-1)
    13. Louisville (5-1)
    14. Virginia (6-1)
    15. Texas A&M (6-1)
    16. Boise State (7-0)

    Others receiving vote: West Virginia, Purdue, Oklahoma State
     
  10. WarrenWallace

    WarrenWallace Member

    Mar 12, 1999
    Beer and Cheese
    CNNSI.com Power Rankings

    1. Oklahoma (7-0)
    2. USC (7-0)
    3. Auburn (8-0)
    4. Miami (6-0)
    5. Wisconsin (8-0)
    6. California (5-1)
    7. Michigan (7-1)
    8. Florida State (6-1)
    9. Tennessee (6-1)
    10. Georgia (6-1)
    11. Texas (6-1)
    12. Louisville (5-1)
    13. Utah (7-0)
    14. Virginia (6-1)
    15. Texas A&M (6-1)
    16. West Virginia (6-1)

    On the cusp: Oklahoma State, Arizona State, Boise State, Iowa, Virginia Tech
     
  11. Mr Hanki's Throne

    Mr Hanki's Throne New Member

    Mar 13, 2001
    Wellington, Colo
    Massey Div-IAA ratings (http://www.mratings.com/rate/cfIAA-m.htm)

    1. Georgia Southern (7-1) [up 1]
    2. James Madison (6-1) [up 1]
    3. Harvard (6-0) [up 3]
    4. Southern Illinois (7-1)
    5. Cal Poly SLO (7-0)
    6. Florida Atlantic (5-1) [down 5] [Lost to LA-Monroe]
    7. Montana (6-1) [up 1]
    8. Delaware (6-1) [up 2]
    9. William & Mary (5-2) [down 2]
    10. Western Kentucky (5-2) [down 1]
    11. Maine (4-3) [up 4]
    12. Sam Houston State (6-1)
    13. New Hampshire (5-2)
    14. Furman (6-2) [down 3]
    15. Villanova (5-2) [up 1]
    16. Eastern Washington (5-2) [up 3]
    Others: Northeastern, Penn, Appalachian State, Lehigh
     
  12. Mr Hanki's Throne

    Mr Hanki's Throne New Member

    Mar 13, 2001
    Wellington, Colo
    Massey Div-II ratings [with NCAA region rankings] (http://www.mratings.com/rate/cfII-m.htm)

    1. Pittsburg State (9-0) [SW #3]
    2. Michigan Tech (8-0) [NW #1]
    3. Northwood MI (8-1) [NW #2]
    4. Northwest Missouri (9-0) [SW #2]
    5. North Dakota (7-1) [NW #4]
    6. Valdosta State (7-1) [SE #2]
    7. Arkansas Tech (8-0) [SE #3]
    8. Grand Valley State (6-2) [NW #8]
    9. Saginaw Valley (6-2) [NW #7]
    10. Shippensburg (8-1) [NE #1]
    11. Colorado School of Mines (9-0) [SW #4]
    12. Texas A&M Kingsville (7-0) [SW #1]
    13. South Dakota (8-1) [NW #10]
    14. Winona State (8-1) [NW #3]
    15. East Stroudsburg (7-1) [NE #2]
    16. Albany GA (8-0) [SE #1]
    Others: Central Arkansas, St Cloud, North Alabama, Delta State
     

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